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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplenitudeplen‧i‧tude /ˈplenɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun [uncountable] literary  1 a plenitude of something2 COMPLETEFULLcompleteness or fullness
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plenitudeNot all such performances are inspiring, however, and a plenitude of decibels does not compensate for lack of quality.Jugs were full of flowers from the garden where summer had revealed a plenitude of roses and lilies.Some sixty years later, Zenas Leonard would also find himself overcome by California plenitude.But the important consideration was that life should recover its plenitude, its normal contented turgidity.So far, however, there is little encouraging information about the materials' plenitude or availability around the world.Only to St Peter had the plenitude of power thus been given.
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